Academic Orientation Walk

Are you a student in your final years at high school who is wondering whether they would like to go to university and what to study? And, if so, what subjects the University of Bonn even teaches? And are you also keen to get an idea of what the University’s like – ideally live and up close? Then we have something suitable for you, despite the restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic: on a fall walk from the University’s main building to the Poppelsdorf Campus, we will give you a brief “glimpse from the outside” into the University of Bonn and tell you about your study options and potential subjects in a series of short chats. There will also be some useful tips on applying and admissions, on getting funding and support for your studies and on finding student accommodation. In addition, you’ll have ample opportunity to ask your own questions as we walk from one campus to the other.

Max. number of participants: 15

Registration and target group

Target group: high school students in their final years

Registration: please send us an email

Details zum Workshop

Hinweis: Die Veranstaltung findet unter Vorbehalt des Pandemiegeschehens statt. Die Teilnahme ist nur mit verbindlicher Anmeldung möglich und findet durchgängig draußen statt. Bitte denken Sie daran, den Mindestabstand von 1,5 m einzuhalten. Weitere Hinweise zu den aktuellen Schutzmaßnahmen erhalten Sie vorab per E-Mail.

Contact information

Avatar Habermann, M.A.

Ina Habermann, M.A.

+49 228 73-7019

Avatar Herrmann

Dipl.-Päd. Kathrin Herrmann

+49 228 73-7206

Avatar Ruwoldt

Dr. Lena Ruwoldt

+49 228 73-7085

See also

Central Study Advisory and Counseling Service workshops and coaching

If you don’t yet know what you want to study and are looking for guidance and useful tools to help you make a decision, we have the right workshops for you.

Student orientation and getting to know the University of Bonn

The University of Bonn offers diverse orientation opportunities for school students of various ages. Our programs cover the full range from children’s university and science races to university-preparatory events. 

Central Study Advisory and Counseling Service

The Central Study Advisory and Counseling Service (ZSB) is the University’s first contact point for all questions around studying. We provide information and guidance to (prospective) students in all matters related to choosing a degree program, getting started at university and managing their studies.

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